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Hiker and her cat in good shape after surviving for weeks in New Mexico forest

A hiker and her cat have been found in good shape after being missing for almost a month in a remote New Mexico forest. Authorities said that 41-year-old Margaret Page, who had a sleeping bag for warmth and a nearby creek for water but had started off with only a…

Santorum blames negative press on New Yorkers

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum on Thursday attributed the criticism of his socially conservative political beliefs to journalists and others living in New York. “The idea that values issues are losers is held by a group of people in the media who live in the New York area,” he said…

Limbaugh broadcasts dead air during commercial breaks

The exodus of advertisers fleeing from Rush Limbaugh may finally be taking a toll on his radio show. Liberal watchdog group Media Matters noticed that on at least two occasions on Thursday, Limbaugh’s flagship station in New York, WABC, broadcast several minutes of dead air during commercial breaks. There were…

Michigan State University to offer ‘zombie survival’ class

Michigan State University has an interesting course on tap for the upcoming session: zombies, and lots of ‘em. Well, that’s not exactly correct. The zombie motif is just a hook. The class is actually about studying mass catastrophes and human behavior in life or death situations. But a video produced…

Solar storm disruptions could begin today

On Tuesday, two giant solar flares erupted from the surface of the sun. The waves of energy they produced can disrupt “utility grids, airline flights and satellite systems” according to this report from CBS News, which features some amazing footage of the flares themselves. The disturbances are set to begin…

Bachmann: ‘Health care dictator’ could force one-child policy

While most of the media was covering the results of Super Tuesday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) appeared on the GBTV program Real News From The Blaze to warn that the Obama administration’s contraception mandate could lead to one-child policies like those in China. “Women have a lot to lose under…

Gingrich dozes off on camera during AIPAC

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Tuesday was caught on camera sleeping during the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference, according to ABC News. Video shows Gingrich nodding off during the conference and occasionally waking himself up. “Listening to Panetta is not a relaxing experience,” Gingrich said after…

DARPA’s ‘robot cheetah’ breaks speed record

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on Monday announced that they had set a new speed record for legged robots. A press advisory from DARPA’s Maximum Mobility and Manipulation (M3) project said that their so-called “Cheetah” had reached speeds of up to 18 miles per hour on a…

Pat Robertson: Tornadoes wouldn’t happen if enough people prayed

Televangelist Pat Robertson on Monday tried to deflect the blame for tornadoes away from God, saying people shouldn’t build houses in the Midwest and could prevent the deadly storms by praying. “God doesn’t send tornadoes to hurt people,” he said. “We call them acts of God, but they’re not. All…

U.S. officials: Stuxnet launched the next generation of warfare

In a fascinating segment Sunday night, CBS News’s 60 Minutes delved into the creation of the Stuxnet worm, a revolutionary piece of software that has given Iran’s nuclear program fits for years now. But it’s not just Iranian scientists who are now watchful for software attacks more sophisticated than anything…

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